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How much does it cost to build a luxury home in North Vancouver?

We get this question a lot of times. The answer however depends on several factors;
Cost of materials (like lumber),
Land transfer fees,
Permit/inspection fees,
Broker fees,
Legal fees, and
Construction management costs,
At Upward Construction, our clients get full transparency on costs. To get an estimate contact us.

What is your build and design process?

We have a 5-stage process to track the budget and overall progress of the project. We do this to keep the homeowner in control of critical decisions;
Dream It: Tell us your needs, wants, and requirements.
Approve It: We work on design, budget, and site environment- all of which lead to a total estimate.
Select It: Final selection of fixtures and interior finishing.
Build It: We begin construction and update you on the budget that may have additions.
Final step: Move into your new home.
Counted as one of the professional building companies in North Shore or the Vancouver region, we ensure you fast and efficient service.

Can I share input for the interior design and finishings?

Certainly. You can give your input and also select how the interior space should look along with our team. The construction estimate is updated after the final fixtures and finishing selections.

Do you offer a warranty?

Simple answer. We stand behind our work. The more complicated answer is that we abide by the New Home Warranty as set out by BC Housing. Contact us for more details or visit and

What is Green Building?

-Green building offers a comprehensive set of best practices to help us design and construct efficient, healthy homes that benefit the community, the environment, and your budget. There are nine “elements” that are (literally) your green building blocks:
-Site Planning & Design – This element involves designing to fit into the surrounding neighbourhood and working with natural features to provide safe play spaces, shade your building, and naturally control stormwater runoff. Minimize site impacts by shrinking the physical footprint of a development with more compact building and by taking care of trees and soil conditions during construction.
-Community – Successful and sustainable green building involves residents and community members from the planning stage all the way through to operation and maintenance.
-Indoor Air Quality – Indoor air quality significantly impacts resident health and comfort. Achieving a high-quality indoor environment requires careful design, construction, and materials choices and, thus, strong coordination among the building team.
-Energy – Energy efficiency is the key to making a home a finely-tuned, lean, green machine. Using energy modelling software early in the design process can take advantage of the sun and wind to heat, light, and cool a home affordably. Renewable energy, where feasible, is the next step.
-Materials – Recycled content and pre-fabricated products reduce material use, cut costs, and often perform better than traditional alternatives.
-Waste – Reduce, reuse, and recycle construction and demolition waste to cut costs and improve building quality. Design for efficient use of materials and for durability, avoiding future waste. With the right setup, over 70% of waste materials on a construction site can be recycled.
-Water – Conserve finite freshwater resources and reduce utility bills by installing water-efficient appliances and plumbing fixtures, landscaping with drought-resistant plants and efficient irrigation, and putting rainwater and greywater to use.
-Commissioning – Commissioning is the process of making sure that a building works. By systematically evaluating and adjusting building systems to function together as designed, commissioning optimizes efficiency, health, and comfort.
-Marketability – By treating green design as an art, not just a science, we can elevate economic, aesthetic, community, and ecological values to serve future generations.